#284637 - 08/17/0607:31 PMThe United States of Girlie Men
CEREDO, West Virgina (AP) -- A West Virginia airport terminal was evacuated <br>Thursday afternoon after a bomb-sniffing dog reacted to a bottle filled with a <br>liquid in a passenger's luggage, an airport official said.<br><br>A screener noticed the bottle in a woman's carry-on bag as she prepared to <br>board a flight to Charlotte, North Carolina, said Tri-State Airport authority <br>President Jim Booton.<br><br>http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/08/17/airport.evac.ap/index.html<br><br>---------------------------------------<br><br>Yes that's right, 'shampoo' will evacuate an airport. What's next? Will a 'Terrorist'<br>plot be exposed where the 'Terrorists' plan on using their shadows to blow up<br>planes.<br><br>If that happens you can rest assured airports will be evacuated if security spots<br>their own shadow.<br><br>[color:red]Allez Cuisine! Bang a gong, it is on</font color=red>
Waaaaahhhh! There are bad people out there that want to hurt us! Let's make our life hell. That'll show 'em!<br><br>And there is bird flu and heart disease. SARS and anthrax letters. Gays wanting to kill fetuses with burning flags...<br><br>Half of us here will probably get killed in a good 'ol fashioned automobile accident or, if we're lucky to live long enough, die of cancer. Unless you get some of Gary's liquid gel breasts actually implanted under the skin. Then you can forget the auto accident... you'll get cancer first.<br><br>
This nonsense keeps up and the terrorists have won... ;all they need do is let a plan slip out and thousands of tourists and millions of $$ will be diverted or wasted. I posted an article earlier... I'm still not certain this threat was real or hypothetical. David (OFI)
Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
Actually it was a water bottle - that tested positive twice.<br><br>So are security agents just supposed to let passengers on board with items that test positive for explosives?<br><br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!<
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#284646 - 08/17/0609:12 PMRe: The United States of Girlie Men
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Actually it was a water bottle - that tested positive twice.<br><br>So are security agents just supposed to let passengers on board with items that test positive for explosives?<p><hr></blockquote><p>CNN updated the story since I posted the link to include the water bottle<br>and tests.<br><br>Common sense tells me that this water bottle will be nothing but a water<br>bottle by the time the 'investigation' is fully concluded.<br><br>Next time you're in a grocery store, duck for cover - there's rows of water<br>bottles that haven't been tested for explosives.<br><br><br>[color:red]Allez Cuisine! Bang a gong, it is on</font color=red>
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